After being ordered (again) to display a message regarding its privacy issues in France on the local homepage, Google conformed and included a link to the decision taken by the country’s privacy watchdog.
In turn, this caused the CNiL site to crash soon after the notice was published on Google.fr.
After the idea was disregarded by authorities, Google was forced to comply and changed the homepage not too long ago.
Soon after, CNiL’s website started crashing. Sites specialized in displaying downtimes for various sites displayed connectivity issues.